Library adds new books


NORWAY – The Norway Memorial Library has announced new books added to the shelves.


“The Mature Mind: The Positive Power of the Aging Brain,” Cohen; “Knowing the Enemy: Jihadist Ideology and the War,” Habeck; “You’re Wearing THAT?” Tannen; “The Mighty and the Almighty,” Albright; “The Future of the Wild: Radical Conservation for a…,” Adams.

Also, “An Unreasonable Woman: a True Story of Shrimpers,” Wilson; “Manhunt: The 12 Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer,” Swanson; “The Discoveries,” Lightman; “The Hidden Messages in Water,” Emoto; “New England Forests Through Time,” Foster and O’Keefe; “The Spare Time Gardener,” Freeman.

Also, “The Victory Garden Companion,” Weishan; “Biggest Book of Slow Cooker Recipes,” Better Homes and Gardens; “The Sonoma Diet,” Guttersen; “Sheds and Gazebos,” Better Homes and Gardens; “Masonry and Concrete Step-by-Step,” Better Homes and Gardens; “Plumbing Step-by-Step,” Better Homes and Gardens.

Also, “Tiling Step-by-Step,” Better Homes and Gardens; “Water Gardens: Pools, Streams and Fountains,” Better Homes and Gardens; “Outside the Not So Big House,” Messervy and Susanka; “Stone Lanscaping,” Better Homes and Gardens; “Home By Design: Transforming Your House Into Home,” Susanka.

Also, “Paper Cutting Techniques for Scrapbooks and Cards,” Sowell; “Knit Mittens! 15 Cool Patterns to Keep You Warm,” Hansen; “Knit Baby Blankets!” Steege; “Knit Baby: Head and Toes!” Steege; “Knit Christmas Stockings! 19 Patterns,” Steege; “Knit Hats! 15 Cool Patterns to Keep You Warm,” Steege.

Also, “Snow Walker’s Companion,” Conover, Garrett and Alexander; “School of the Arts,” Doty; “Second Drafts of History,” Morrow; “Explorers: The Most Exciting Voyages of Discoveries,” De Porti; “Ten Hours Until Down: the True Story of Heroism,” Tougias.

Also, “A Year in the World,” Mayes; “Men of Salt: Crossing the Sahara,” Benanav; “The Race for Timbuktu: In Search of Africa’s City,” Kryza; “On the Ice: An Intimate Portrait of Life at McMurdo,” Legler; “Beyond Band of Brothers: The War Memoirs of …,” Winters; “Through a Howling Wilderness,” Desjardin.


“The Language of Baklava,” Abu-Jaber; “Sharon and My Mother-in-Law: Ramallah Diaries,” Amiry; “Mistress Bradstreet; the Untold Life of America’s First Poet,” Gordon; “She Got Up Off the Couch,” Kimmel; “All Will Be Well,” McGahern; “Theodore Roosevelt after the White House,” O’Toole; “Mozart,” Rushton; “A Private History of Awe,” Sanders; “The Glass Castle,” Walls.